Create a Nostalgic Quilt from Reproduction Prints

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Modern Prints Will Give It An Updated Look!

Feed-sack reproduction prints are simply wonderful in this lovely quilt. It’s a great project for scraps or cut squares from a wide variety of prints to give it a scrappy look.

The quilt can be used as a bed topper over a white bedspread or draped over the sofa and used as a throw. It can also be displayed on a wall or a large table. Or increase the size by making more blocks.

Mama's Scrap Basket Quilt Pattern

Two blocks combine to create the nostalgic design. While they’re simple to make, the basket blocks have two triangle pieces. You may want to use starch to prevent the bias edges on those triangles from stretching.

Mama's Scrap Basket Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Holly Daniels, is 59 1/2″ x 59 1/2″.

You’ll find the pattern for the “Mama’s Scrap Basket” quilt in Farmhouse-Style Quilting.

Click here to purchase Farmhouse-Style Quilting.


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